Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Syrian army breaks two-year Daesh siege on Aleppo airbase!!!

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More good news for Syria and her citizens!
Syrian government forces on Tuesday entered a major military airbase in the northern province of Aleppo, marking the end of a two-year-long siege by Daesh militants, agencies reported. An AFP photographer on the scene said a group of Syrian soldiers and their allies, including Lebanese and Iranian militiamen, broke through Daesh lines west of Kweiris airbase in Aleppo and reached besieged government troops inside.
Pro-Syrian government forces have been trying to reach their comrades inside the base for two years. The liberation of the base comes as Syrian troops continue their offensive to take the region from rebels and extremist militants, Reuters reported. Russian warplanes have also been conducting airstrikes in the region

Take note: Their are no Kurdish "allies" mentioned because the Kurds ally themselves with the enemies of Syria

Update! h/t jo6pac


Stolen from Ziad and you don't need to speak the language to understand the emotions of the reporter:) Great victory indeed.





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9 comments:

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  2. Stolen from Ziad and you don't need to speak the language to understand the emotions of the reporter:) Great victory indeed.

    Maria Engström says:

    November 10th, 2015 at 3:19 PM [Level 6 - Praefectus]


    This is the most glorious news! I saw report from Syrian television from inside the Airbase, the reporter was so happy and emotional that he begun to cry. I cried with him. Imagine the feelings of all the soldiers at the base, their families, and all the heroes that liberated it.

    Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mUkyJUs8Z2M

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    1. hi jo- I've added it to the post. I imagine it was quite emotional for the army and all involved to finally free these besieged men!
      This must have been an awful ordeal. Just awful.

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  3. Good news indeed! Let's hope Putin and the SAA keep on going!

    Buffy

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    1. Hey buffy! I hope SAA keeps right on rollin' too

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  4. Netanyahu pushing the Golan rethink now that Syria is 'fractured" and UK saying it will deploy troops to Sinai to hunt for the new Osama 'bomber" mastermind..

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    1. I saw some news stories that had Netanyahu blathering on about a number of situations- he is so hard to read sometimes, cause he lies so much..

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  5. Hi Penny,

    The 300 Syrians thankfully enjoyed a happier fate than the 300 Spartans.

    Clearly the desire to avoid capture and likely torture / execution was a massive motivation and the soldiers were resupplied by helicopter, but to hold on to what was a sizeable perimeter with so few men for so long is an epic achievement.

    Anthony

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    1. Hey Anthony- yes, it really was an epic achievement,but, not one these men should not have ever had to go through- It's their nation. :(

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